Escape the crowds this summer…
Yes, sometimes the thought of going on holiday with your baby or toddler can be overwhelming; just the thought of having to board a plane with two small children sends us into a frenzied panic so take the stress out of holidaying and come to Cornwall this July.
Cornwall becomes a very popular place once the schools break up for summer so now is a great time to visit as the beaches are a little less crowded (leave the baby reins at home), the roads are quieter (no endless queues) and the weather is great (we have our fingers and toes crossed).
Here are our top tips for holidaying in Cornwall with your little ones before the crowds descend at the end of July.
1. Beach Days – yes, they can be done in the UK! There is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing. The kids won’t care what the weather is doing, they will just be happy to play in the sand and if it is a little cloudy, at least you won’t have to keep applying sun cream. Our top tip is to purchase a pop-up beach tent. Beach tents make the perfect come rain or shine.
Just a ten-minute stroll from the campsite and you arrive at the vast sandy Holywell Bay beach that has shallow waters and soft sand.
It also has huge sand dunes that are perfect for sledging down.
Things to do at the beach with young children…
o Go on a scavenger hunt collecting shells, sea glass, pebbles and seaweed
o Splash in rock pools
o Build a damn
o Build sandcastles
o Make sand angels
o Picnic or barbeque
o Beach games
2. Holywell Bay Fun Park – situated adjacent to Trevornick Holiday Park and owned by the same family, it has lots of rides for little ones. A perfect break from beach days and a great place to keep them entertained, check out all the rides here.
Here are our top rides for children under 95cm
o Bouncy castle
o Crazy croquet
o Crazy golf
o Jolly tots soft play
o Kiddy karts
o Ladybird ride
o Merlin’s Magical Maze
o Panning for gold
o Pirate train
o Sand and digger pits
Top tip > Buy a great value leisure pass when you book your holiday at Trevornick and save £££s.
3. Newquay – just a four-mile drive and you are in Newquay, a small town with a lot going on. Our top tip is to head to the Boating Lake. It is a picturesque park where your little ones can enjoy feeding the ducks and strolling around the gardens. At the end of the park is a play area where the little ones can run wild!
So what are you waiting for? Book your holiday now!
Prices start from £26 per night between 9th-22nd July for an economy pitch. Or take the stress out of camping altogether with our Eurotents, at £391 for a week until 22nd July.